You’ve been searching for that perfect house for a while. After what seems like ages, you’ve found the perfect one. Now that you’re getting ready to buy, here are the top 10 things you need to know.
Searching for the right home for you can be exciting. However, narrowing the list can be a pain in the neck. There are so many things to consider and so little time to deal with them. We’ve prepared our list of the top 10 timesavers you can use to speed up getting into your new home.
This could be the year you buy a new home! But before you’re ready to dive into the exciting world of homeownership, you’re going to need to get your finances in order and save for a down payment. Let’s take a look at seven steps that can help you get there.
Many things can be negotiated during the home buying process. Some of them you may know about and some you may not. You can use them all to your advantage.
Has someone asked you to cosign for their mortgage? Maybe you’re looking to apply with a cosigner. It can be done, but there are some things you should know and think about first.
I know what you’re thinking: “Of course a mortgage company would want me to buy a home!” We would certainly appreciate your business. That said, if you’ve been thinking about finally getting that new home, there are several reasons why 2016 might be the time to make your move.
Do you like entertaining friends and family at home? If the answer is yes and you’re in the market for a home, consider these ideas while you’re house shopping. Even after buying, these suggestions could also make your house the best party destination.
Do you have some handyman skills? If so, a fixer-upper could be a great, affordable way for you to become a homeowner. Using your own two hands to renovate a home is a great way to invest in a neighborhood.
Whether you’ve just purchased your first home or you’re the new kid on the block in a different city, we all know how important it is to have a good relationship with our neighbors. Here are 5 ways to be the neighbor everyone loves.
Should you rent or buy? That is the question. We take a look at the benefits of both and then tell one family’s story of why they chose to buy.